Over 2000 Homes Without Power on Monday Night in Chelmsford
Estimates on recovery times are expected later today.
According to National Grid estimates, over 2,000 homes, if not more, were estimated without power throughout Chelmsford on Monday night due to Hurricane Sandy, which estimated recovery times expected sometime today.
After a slow recovery from last year's storm brought grilling from local officials, this year National Grid pledges it has learned from its mistakes, although no estimated recovery times will be available until sometime this morning.
The majority of the outages were near the town center, with many in North Chelmsford and near Old Westford Road.
Here are just a few of the updates you gave us about your neighborhoods on our Facebook page.
- Biscayne Drive has been without power since 3 p.m., Warren Avenue from Turnpike to Porter is also without power.
- Rainbow Avenue was without power at approximately 4 p.m.
- Moonbeam Avenue lost power at approximately 3 p.m.
- Trees fell on wires on Carlisle Street, part of the road was blocked off at around 5 p.m.
- Portions of Chelmsford Street were without power at around 7 p.m.
- Proctor Road did have power at around 8 p.m.
- School is cancelled for Tuesday.
We will be throughout the area providing further updates here on Patch as well as on social media.